Writing things in 2017 almost never sounds as cool as it should.
Really it almost never sounds like anything at all when you write something now because most of our writing is done on touchscreens or using keyboards that make the tiniest of clicking noises (unless you really hammer down on the keys to intentionally make more noise so it feels like you’re really accomplishing something, which, hey, we’ve all done).
Modeled after vintage manual typewriters, the keys are all rounded and raised from the bed of the keyboard. You can still type as fast as you want and have all your keystrokes recognized (thanks to whatever the hell NKRO is) and the unit is both water- and dust-resistant, so you don’t have to worry about it falling prey to the shortcomings of actual vintage mechanical keyboards.
Windows only. Sorry, Apple fans.